|Poster:||Chris Mank||Date:||Feb 13, 2017 11:22am|
|Forum:||news||Subject:||The Atlantic - Donald Trump's Lost 1990s Websites|
It’s easy to see why. Broadcast and publishing platforms helped make him a star. Page Six crowned Trump the unofficial king of New York’s gossip pages in the 1980s and 1990s. The reality-TV craze of the 2000s ensured he remained a household name.
Today, it has been suggested that you can tell which cable news station Trump is watching by tracking his tweets—which at times seem to be direct responses to whatever’s being said on air. (Often, Fox News.)
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